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HP Web Jetadmin - HTTP Service

HTTP Service

HP Web Jetadmin contains a small and embedded HTTP/HTTPS service. This service exists for three reasons:
  • Smart Client application delivery (initial client access).
  • Help content delivery (during client session).
  • Device application file hosting (devices get jar file when directed by Device Management features).
A few key points about this HTTP service include:
  • The integrated HTTP service is simple and only exists for the purpose of distributing files.
  • The service contains no script execution interpreters or cgi-bin capability.
  • The service does not allow file navigation.
  • The service does not execute read/write calls to the HP Web Jetadmin database.
  • The HTTP/HTTPS server is integrated into the HP Web Jetadmin service, which runs as a low-privilege account on the local host.
  • The HTTP service does not run in kernel mode.
The HTTP service can be configured to run default HTTPS and uses certificates that are obtained through a local certificate-authority. When HTTPS is enabled, it enforces authentication between the users IE browser and the local HTTP service. This provides tighter security for initial HP Web Jetadmin client launch than is provided by HTTP. Some environments may require that all HTTP servers enforce and run default HTTPS.
Characteristics of the HTTPS service are:
  • HTTPS can be enabled as part of a post-install procedure with HP Web Jetadmin security settings.
  • HTTPS requires that the user obtain a certificate from a certificate authority.
  • HTTPS can only be enabled through a client running on the local system hosting HP Web Jetadmin software.
The default port for HTTP is 8000. The default port for HTTPS is 8443. If the HP Web Jetadmin installation requires a different port on the HTTP server that is embedded in HP Web Jetadmin, change the HttpPort and HttpsPort entries in the HP.Imaging.Wjp.Core.WebServer.config.xml file. This file is available in the following directory:
C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\HP Inc\HPWebJetadmin\WjaService\config
If you change the port entries, you must restart HP Web Jetadmin.
To change the program link, go to Start > All Programs > HP Web Jetadmin 10. Right-click HP Web Jetadmin, and then select Properties. Change the port number in the link variable to the new port number.

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